Philips Senseo HD7863/80 Coffee machine in Red.  £29 @ Tesco
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Philips Senseo HD7863/80 Coffee machine in Red. £29 @ Tesco

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Found 15th Apr 2014
Comes up now and again on Tesco site.
Quick and easy to use to make 1 or 2 cups of coffee in less than a minute the Senseo® HD7863/80 has an adjustable drip tray to accommodate your favourite coffee cup.

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add basic cloth for £1 and use code £5 off £30 spend for new costumers. Great coffee mashine

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Edited by: "Sliwka" 15th Apr 2014

Buy a coffeeduck for one of these and you also are not resigned to using the expensive coffee bags, use any ground coffee or your own fresh ground coffee as you wish.

Got one of these when it was £20 back in feb, it's good but I don't know why it says you can make 1 or 2 cups as you can only use the 2 cup holder( makes 1 mug) but don't get the 1 or 2 cup thing? ! Pads are expensive gonna look into getting a coffee duck !

meekie

Got one of these when it was £20 back in feb, it's good but I don't know … Got one of these when it was £20 back in feb, it's good but I don't know why it says you can make 1 or 2 cups as you can only use the 2 cup holder( makes 1 mug) but don't get the 1 or 2 cup thing? ! Pads are expensive gonna look into getting a coffee duck !



Which model do you have? Be careful when checking the coffeeducks you get the correct one, sometimes on eBay they are listed incorrectly or do not list all the compatible models.

meekie

Got one of these when it was £20 back in feb, it's good but I don't know … Got one of these when it was £20 back in feb, it's good but I don't know why it says you can make 1 or 2 cups as you can only use the 2 cup holder( makes 1 mug) but don't get the 1 or 2 cup thing? ! Pads are expensive gonna look into getting a coffee duck !



You seriously need to read your instructions... or at least look at the picture.
For two cups, put two cups (touching each other) directly under the two spouts and press the two cup button.
Edited by: "tightasagnatschu" 16th Apr 2014

cicobuff

Which model do you have? Be careful when checking the coffeeducks you get … Which model do you have? Be careful when checking the coffeeducks you get the correct one, sometimes on eBay they are listed incorrectly or do not list all the compatible models.



The coffeeduck you need is the one for the latte/quadrante.

cicobuff

Buy a coffeeduck for one of these and you also are not resigned to using … Buy a coffeeduck for one of these and you also are not resigned to using the expensive coffee bags, use any ground coffee or your own fresh ground coffee as you wish.



Never heard of coffeeduck before, thanks cicobuff

sam_the_dog

Never heard of coffeeduck before, thanks cicobuff



Yeah, they have an integrated plastic membrane leaving the ground coffee beans behind, thus no need for expensive pods or DIY paper filters in the container.

http://i.ebayimg.com/t/New-Coffeeduck-Refillable-Pod-For-All-Senseo-Espresso-Classic-HD7810-HD7814-/00/s/NTAwWDUwMA==/$(KGrHqR,!h4E8J8)QdQFBPNO9gBo5!~~60_35.JPG

Sliwka

add basic cloth for £1 and use code £5 off £30 spend for new costumers.



Good advice, but I hate fancy dress

cicobuff

Yeah, they have an integrated plastic membrane leaving the ground coffee … Yeah, they have an integrated plastic membrane leaving the ground coffee beans behind, thus no need for expensive pods or DIY paper filters in the container.


This should be compatible amazon.co.uk/gp/…646

Sliwka

This should be compatible … This should be compatible http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00295RAT8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1EEAATL78646



That is the whole point why I said earlier you have to be careful, that one says it is compatible with the HD7825 which is the one we have, and yet that is the wrong one for our model, I do however think that is the right one for this HD7863.

cicobuff

That is the whole point why I said earlier you have to be careful, that … That is the whole point why I said earlier you have to be careful, that one says it is compatible with the HD7825 which is the one we have, and yet that is the wrong one for our model, I do however think that is the right one for this HD7863.



from the previous post... "Noble coffeeduck for latte\quadrante amazon £9.55.
Works perfectly. The mesh filter is quite flat. It may have had a small dome at first, more of an indent now I've used it a bit.
Coffee tastes better than the pads. And cheaper in the long run.
Make it as strong as you like."

good advise to get stronger coffee " Yes best to rinse the pod holders after every use. You descale it when the descale light come on.

When I make coffee. I press the 1 or 2 cup button depending on the pod I'm using., let it run for 2 seconds. Switch of and back on to stop the process, leave for 2 minutes then press the 1 or 2 cup button to finish the process. I find this makes the coffee MUCH stronger. Don't forget to warm the cup before use.

Don't leave the used pods in the machine for to long. In winter I leave the lid open to allow the pod holder area to dry out, in summer I cover with a plastic bag in-case there are any Flies about."

Sliwka

from the previous post... "Noble coffeeduck for latte\quadrante amazon … from the previous post... "Noble coffeeduck for latte\quadrante amazon £9.55.Works perfectly. The mesh filter is quite flat. It may have had a small dome at first, more of an indent now I've used it a bit. Coffee tastes better than the pads. And cheaper in the long run. Make it as strong as you like."



The point I am making (or trying to make) is be careful with the labellings, that particular "coffeeduck for latte/quadrante" states it is compatible with model HD7825, and it isn't, we have the HD7825 and you need the "coffeeduck new generation"

There are three different models, I believe coffeeduck classic, pad and new generation. Most certainly the pad although advertised to fit the HD7825 is wrong.

I believe the coffeeduck classic for latte/quadrante is the one for the HD7863 (the machine this thread is based on) but advise anyone to double check with reviews before ordering...we certainly are glad we double checked before making the incorrect choice which could have easily happened by going by so called compatible models on description alone.

The metal ridged cup is the same on the pad and the new generation models, however it is the handle that is most important...without the curved plastic handle the lid of the Philips HD7825 would not shut, rendering the coffeeduck pad useless without handle removal.

It looks like the handle just comes straight out of the HD7863 though, so I would believe that the coffeeduck pad is the correct model for it.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 15th Apr 2014

cicobuff

The point I am making (or trying to make) is be careful with the … The point I am making (or trying to make) is be careful with the labellings, that particular "coffeeduck for latte/quadrante" states it is compatible with model HD7825, and it isn't, we have the HD7825 and you need the "coffeeduck new generation" There are three different models, I believe coffeeduck classic, pad and new generation. Most certainly the pad although advertised to fit the HD7825 is wrong. I believe the coffeeduck classic for latte/quadrante is the one for the HD7863 (the machine this thread is based on) but advise anyone to double check with reviews before ordering...we certainly are glad we double checked before making the incorrect choice which could have easily happened by going by so called compatible models on description alone.The metal ridged cup is the same on the pad and the new generation models, however it is the handle that is most important...without the curved plastic handle the lid of the Philips HD7825 would not shut, rendering the coffeeduck pad useless without handle removal.It looks like the handle just comes straight out of the HD7863 though, so I would believe that the coffeeduck pad is the correct model for it.


Ok thanx for this advice, hope this one will be a good model. Ordered

Don't forget that Lidl do compatible pads for £1.69 -cheaper than the Senseo ones.

lidl ones cheap but coffee taste is horrible

out of stock

home.

jezzery

Which one is it then for this … Which one is it then for this machinehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00295RAT8/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1397629866&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX110_SY165Orhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00295RASY/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1397629866&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX110_SY165



I believe it would be the first link the "coffeeduck pad"

jezzery

Which one is it then for this … Which one is it then for this machinehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00295RAT8/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1397629866&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX110_SY165



Top link of your post.

Instead of buying a stupid, 5-minute-wonder pod machine and turning it into a filter machine with extra add-ons, why not just buy a filter coffee machine?

You can get a K-Mix for around £60 and they last forever and look smart too...

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